Definition of shuffle noun from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary

     

    shuffle

     noun
    noun
    NAmE//ˈʃʌfl//
     
    [usually singular]
     
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  1. 1 a slow walk in which you take small steps and do not lift your feet completely off the ground The old man walked with a shuffle. There was a shuffle of feet as the room emptied.
  2. 2 the act of mixing cards before a card game It's your shuffle.
  3. 3 a type of dancing in which you take small steps and do not lift your feet completely off the ground
  4. 4= reshuffle
  5. Idioms
    lose somebody/something in the shuffle[usually passive]
     
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    to not notice someone or something or pay attention to someone or something because of a confusing situation Middle children tend to get lost in the shuffle.
    (of pieces of music stored on a music player, such as an iPod™) not in any special order I put the iPod on shuffle and hit play. The song came up on shuffle. You can put your whole music collection on shuffle.
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